Posts Tagged ‘water’

Dawn Warp

Dawn warp is partially a product of my always being on the look out for something or somewhere a little different. I like this image simply because it’s totally not what you normally see. If you’d like a custom signed print or canvas, simply send an email to artroom@seandavey.com


Crystal Curl – 26 x 80 inch triptych canvas

This art piece is titled Crystal Curl is one of my favourite wave artworks and it’s typically available in the following five sizes; I print and sign my own prints right here in the home studio and I only use archival quality canvas and inks from Epson to ensure that my artworks remain around for […]


Indian Ocean Sunset

I did an amazing photo trip through the Maldivian islands earlier this year and came back with a truly amazing array of incredible tropical images. I photographed this very cool and unique sunset image of a traditional Maldivian Dhoni boat at the very, beautiful Gili Lankanfushi resort towards the end of my trip. This image […]


Dream Hammock – triptych canvas

Photographed at the awesome Gili Lankanfushi in the Maldives, hammocks don’t really get any better than this. This is Dream Hammock, shown here as a 40 x 60 inch canvas triptych. It makes a perfect addition to your home, as shown here in this bathroom scene. Hand printed and signed , I use only the […]


Clear water heaven on the north shore.

It’s been a much longer than normal winter for pretty much everyone in the U.S.Even here in Hawaii too, it’s been much cooler than normal, but finally we have seen warm spring conditions arrive here. The past week had us beautiful sunny skies along with light winds to no wind which is really when I […]


A green glow in the water this morning

Often, when the weather conditions are just correct, I like to get up in the dark and go to some of the more out of the way places around here. The reason that I get up in the dark is that I like to be on location, even in the water all ready to shoot […]


Stop and smell the roses

Spring has definitely sprung it’s thing here on the north shore of Oahu. There’s all kinds of cool colorful displays of nature happening right now. The one I’m showing you here is only several paces from my own front door. What’s cool about stopping to have a look and appreciate nature is that sometimes, you […]


Inside my studio

One of my pictures of Keoni in the tube.

I’m always looking to get the very best quality out of any given shooting situation.


Blue Hawaii this morning

I swam from sunrise this morning across the sand-bars between Pipeline and Rocky Point. It was spectacular, to say the least. In every direction that I looked, there were perfect waves, many of them completely unchallenged. I love these kind of mornings. They really bring home how special the ocean is in our lives.


Perfect surf line-ups everywhere

Folks, there is a whole world of perfect surfing waves out there. I’ve touched on quite a few of them over the years during my travels and certainly there are many that I still haven’t gone anywhere near, but what is amazing, is how many perfect waves still exist out there, so many still unridden. […]


Davey currently featuring at Aurora Photos

Sean Davey Feature at Aurora Photos

One of my picture agents are the outdoor adventure specialists; Aurora Photos, based on the east coast of the U.S. I’m one of their water specialist photographers and they are currently featuring a slide show of my surf and water imagery on the features section of their website . You can click here for the […]


Today’s catch – of waves

I got the water housing wet this morning at Pupukea. I was really kind of syching just to get in the water somewhere because it was so sunny and clean with such a blue sky. My intention was to swim out to the back of Ehukai and shoot some images under water as the surfer […]


Wave of the day – Vals Reef

Deep inside at Vals Reef, Sunset beach.

Folks, they are currently so wave starved at the Oneill World Cup at Sunset Beach that they plan to run heats consecutively on 2 breaks at the same time, in order to run the remaining heats of the event in the expected 2 days of small swell, predicted for the remainder of the holding period. […]


Here’s a cool little interview that Cohabitaire.com just ran with me

Sean Davey featuring on Cohabitaire.com

Folks, I had the website; Cohabitaire.com contact me recently, looking to interview me about my environmental photography. I like their by-line. It reads: “Urban life inspired by nature” Now that is cool. Check out my interview and a small portfolio of my images here: Cohabitaire.com interviews Sean Davey


Capitola, a truly beautiful Californian town

Folks I’ve been on the road in California for the past week. We’ve just been driving up the coast from Huntington beach in So Cal and after several days, have made our way as far as Santa Cruz. We started off this morning’s photographing at a beautiful little town called Capitola. Nothing appeared to be […]


Wave of the day – Aqua Gold Curl

Aqua Gold Curl

Todays wave of the day was photographed very early morning, in fact, right on the moment that the sun appeared over the hill. There was just the right amount of water flowing back down from the beach to give this wave the extra bit of curviature that it needed to produce this moment for my […]


Lone wave at Ehukai for today’s sunset image.

Twilight Peak

Folks, we’ve had a bit of rain move in and although it stayed quite sunny on this part of the island for most of the day, It started to rain just before sunset, so I didn’t manage to get a shot today. Not to worry though, I only have a million other Hawaii’an sunsets already […]


Wave of the day – “liquid energy”

Print name - "Liquid energy"

Folks today’s wave of the day is a rare view of an ocean wave from both above the water line and below the waterline at the same time. I particularly love the bubbles floating to the surface. Gives it a nice art look. Enjoy!


Pipeline Lagoon pumping

South Swell at Pipeline beach

I was up early this morning to check out the new pulse of swell. There was hardly anyone anywhere. A few random tourists and the usual but where were all the surfers?… It didn’t really bother me though, I just slipped into Daveys Wavey Gravy mode and took pictures of the waves in the lagoon. […]


Tube Flare – latest print in the Davey collection

Print name - Tube Flare

Folks, entitled “Tube Flare”, this image is the latest addition to my 20 year collection of wave images, known as the OCEANS collection. Enjoy


Haleiwa Beach Park, this morning

My fellow Tasmanian friend Joni Lee James is currently visiting the north shore, here in Hawaii and tagged along on one of my early morning photo shoots, this morning. We started by checking Sunset beach, then on to Rocky Point, but no inspiration awaited here either, on to Log Cabin, nup!… Then Waimea had a […]


Leopard Peak

OK folks, time for another random wave, this one coming at you from Gas Chambers, next to Rocky Point , on the north shore of Oahu . I titled this one: “Leopard Peak” because of the leopard skin like pattern in the wave’s foreground. And like most off season days here on the north shore, […]


From one island to another.

Golden barrel

This is my last day on King Island. Heading back on my way to Hawaii from tomorrow. Thanks to all the island’s friendly folk for a pleasant stay. We are just about to take the long drive up north for one last look at the fabulous Martha’s. Catch up with you in a day or […]


Clean and green on King Island.

clean and green tubing magnet

A simple wave of the day, here from King Island in Australia. This particular beach is as close to surf heaven that I have seen.